Crow alarm systems

Crow Alarm System Servicing & Alarm Repairs to old and new security systems in Melbourne

We service Crow Alarm Systems including:

  • Upgrades
  • Crow power wave series services
  • Crow runner services
  • Alarm Programming and Factory Defaults
  • keypad memory light flashing 
  • Trouble light flashing 
  • Alarm pad beeping 
  • Alarm resets 
  • Crow alarm Programming 
  • Crow alarm battery replacements 
  • Replacing Key fobs 
  • Crow false alarms fixed

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We provide Crow alarm system resets in case you have moved into a new home or business. A full factory default is then required. If your alarm system is beeping, this is a signal that your Crow alarm system needs to be serviced.

Is your Crow alarm system false alarming?

There is nothing more annoying than your alarm system false alarming and a beeping keypad. Waking up in the early hours by the alarm sirens for no apparent reason is very troublesome.

Environmental and various system faults may cause a beeping keypad and trouble light to occur. Our experienced service technicians can analyze and repair the fault of your alarm system.

Our alarm service technicians can repair many different makes and models.

The Crow Runner 2 Series, Crow Powerwave is the skilful combination of engineering excellence and technological innovation in Australia.

Crow Control panel with two way wireless, TCP/IP and GSM/GPRS support:

  • Up to 16 wireless or 8 hardwired zones
  • Two way wireless Crow Runner transceiver and two way accessories
  • Optional GSM/GPRS modem with CID, text messaging and remote control features
  • Access control and home automation features
  • New graphic OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display in wired and two way wireless keypads
  • Operates with PW wireless keyfobs and proximity readers
  • Compatibility with one way wireless devices and existing Crow Runner modules and LCD and Icon keypads
  • The Runner2 Series was designed in compliance with EN-50131 Grade 2 Class 2,PD 6662:2004,C-tick and FCC Part15

NBN issues to your Crow alarm system

das nbn mount waverley repairIn most cases this updated rollout to your Crow alarm system will make alarm monitoring communications redundant. A fault light, service light and/or beeping sound occurs when your alarm system attempts to dial either a monitoring back to base, mobile phone or a domestic landline phone number without success. It is likely that the receiving number didn’t connect (communication fault). If you have purchased a new ADSL, VOIP,  WIRELESS MODEM  to your telephone system, you may need to ring your network service provider to check to see if this is compatible to your alarm system. In most cases you will now require to connect your existing Hills alarms system via wireless devices GPRS, GSM mobile dialer

Alarms Melbourne service many Crow alarm systems for domestic, residential and commercial security systems for protection to your property.

How to Arm Your Crow alarm system

Check that the green indicator is illuminated to show that zones are closed (doors, and windows). The system is ready to be armed. If the green indicator is not illuminated, the zone LED light 1 to 8(16) is lit displays the open zones. Press the ARM key button on your codepad to turn ON your alarm system (if programming enabled by your installer) or enter your alarm code and then press ENTER

There is an exit delay prior to the system being armed. During this delay time, a slow beeping is heard to remind you the alarm system will be on shortly.  This is giving you time to exit your premises. Then the A indicator lights up to indicate that the system is fully armed.

Disarming your Crow alarm system

Upon entry, your alarm keypad will be beeping to indicate you are in entry mode giving you time to Enter your alarm code and press the ENTER button on the keypad. Enter your alarm code and press the ENTER button on the keypad. The A indicator goes off to indicate that the system is disarmed.

How to Arm Disarm the System when Home

Press the STAY key button on your codepad or alarm code then press ENTER to turn ON your Crow alarm system home function. Then the A indicator FLASHES to indicate that the system is armed in home mode

To Disarm, your alarm keypad will be beeping to indicate you are in entry mode giving you time to Enter your alarm code and press the ENTER button on the keypad. The A indicator goes off to indicate that the system is disarmed.